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Title: Culturele apartheid in leergangen Nederlands als vreemde taal
Author: Raemdonck, Anne Van
Keywords: Neerlandès
Adquisició d'una segona llengua
Llibres de text
Identitat col·lectiva
Second language acquisition
Group identity
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: Universitat de Barcelona
Abstract: This article looks at the way culture is represented in 3 commonly used course books of Dutch as a foreign language. According to the author, everyday culture of the regions where Dutch is spoken, is presented from a nationalistic point of view, i.e. it is limited to either cultural, historical and social aspects of The Netherlands or cultural, historical and social aspects of the Flemish Community in Belgium. The existence of the other region or country where the same language is spoken is not only ignored but at times even portrayed wrongfully which has its logically negative effect upon the students" interpretation and can lead to prejudice and the teachers using those course books.
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It is part of: Anuari de Filologia, 2001, vol. XIII, num. 10, p. 95-102
ISSN: 0210-1343
Appears in Collections:Articles publicats en revistes (Llengües i Literatures Modernes i Estudis Anglesos)

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